Adventures while walking about Auburn, Alabama and its environs...
6 September 2020

Tuskegee National Forest

With all the walking that I do in the city and surrounding counties, I feel very fortunate that I live within walking distance ("walking distance" for me, at least) of not only a State Park (Chewacla State Park), but also a National Forest (Tuskegee National Forest). Even if the latter is the smallest National Forest in the United States.

I walked to (and through part of) the National Forest today. The only video I took was as I first turned off into the Forest on one of its dirt roads. It's not often that I do walks of around 30 miles, but this was one of those, so I felt I should document it somehow.

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